faux fur lined classic clog.
THESE ARE AMAZING! I have many chronic pain/nerve/Autoimmune issues and CRPS so I am always on a search for a comfortable shoe (which is almost impossible because of my CRPS) but these CROCS, which I said I would never buy, are the best shoes I have ever purchased. They're comfortably lined, perfect for slip on or wear as a backed shoe and it's just comfy to wear in bed or walking around. If you have any similar issues or have back pain (not saying it bc I'm not a doc just a patient with degenerative disc disease and osteoarthritis) get these shoes. I hope it will help you!
Crazy fast shipping! Adore the lining in these shoes; especially in comparison to its standard “rubbery” no lining base/standard model. I use these Crocs as house shoes due to their ease of slipping on and off, coupled with the 1+” of support they sport. Normal slip on house shoes feel as tho I’m walking on the bare floor. Not sure why “slippers” are synonymous with no “sole”?! I do not wear socks to bed, so it’s incredibly handy that these come with a lining in them. If you’re a 1/2 (half) size, go up in size with Crocs, not down, as these are only Made in whole sizes. You’ll appreciate the extra room, as opposed to your heel sitting on the back lip of The shoe because it’s too small for Your foot lol.
I was pleasantly surprised by these Crocs! I'm one of those awful peeps who made fun of them and thought they were ugly silly shoes. I'm also an edema sufferer, and because of that have been stuck paying a fortune for my shoes, having to choose brands such as Drew or Emey [sic] for the extra wide width, and increased toe depth. If you had told me some $25-$30 plastic shoes were gonna solve my issues, I'd have thought you were nuts. I got these because a friend swore by them, and I decided to prove him wrong by trying them. Well, the first time I put them on, I noticed the tight instep, and thought well see I am right, but after a few minutes, literally, that loosened up. The toe depth is perfect, the roomy fit is perfect, and I've been wearing them exclusively for months now! Well, I did save one pair for Christmas, and to my delight, they fit better than the first pair! I plan to buy the non-fuzz lined for the warmer months ahead. I'm blown away really! Give them a try, you can return them if they don't suit you. Wow, just wow!
My husband has recently discovered that Crocs are quite comfortable and has been wearing a non-lined black pair as house shoes for several months. When it started to get cold, he complained about the holes in the shoes, so I thought a pair of fuzzy ones would solve that problem. The fuzz is not removable, which I originally thought was a pro; I almost got a pair of knock-offs but noticed it said the lining came out and hesitated. I figured that a removable lining would get bunched up funny with normal wear or somehow otherwise deteriorate, so I chose these with the permanent lining. HOWEVER. I feel now that that was a mistake, lol. After just a few times wearing these, they smell QUITE BAD. My husband does not generally have smelly feet, so I didn't even foresee this being an issue. But the ~slightest~ sweat and these turn into a hotbox for odor. We've been powdering them and he wears socks now to try to keep a layer between his feet and the lining, which helps. 10/10 for comfort/warmth/material, but otherwise, closer to a 5/10 for ease of use just for the trapping of odor.
I've had probably 10 pair of Crocs in my life, my last pair I bought was around 5 years ago.
Crocs are sold as Unisex but then everything I have received since has them as "Women's Lined Clog..." They are also way too large. I ordered men's 10, and they are 1/2" to 1" longer than any other Crocs I have, so I had to send them back for an exchange. The men's 9 are the same length as the Crocs men's 10 Santa Cruz loafers that I bought last year. They're, at least so far, not as comfortable as I would have expected. Nothing drastic. Just don't have that "Crocs" feel to them that I have come to expect from Crocs, and I have about 4-5 pair, so obviously, I really like Crocs..
I have fibromyalgia and these fur lined crocs are an absolute must for me. They reduce the pain I have in my body and back and really do help. I would fully recomment for anyone being on their feet or suffering from arthritis or similar. And the seller was excellent too ... the lining was a little unfinised but still wearable and they agreed to a discount immediately. Pleased with Crocs and pleased with Amazon. Great price too.
ahh.... Lovely snug feeet again. We have bought umpteen pairs of furlined Crocs, for both my husband & myself, which we wear all day long in the colder months, as we work from home. Previously supplied with removable linings, which I have washed in the machine, we like the supportive nature of Crocs, which don't lose their shape as slippers do. Our Crocs generally last the season plus a bit, before the linings become flat, & less warm, & eventually smelly (despite laundering) Also the soles have worn so loose their grip & are less supportive so causeing ankle, knee & back pain. I usually buy them when there is a deal on so find them excellent value for money. Couldn't get our usual style with removeable linings this time at a good price so opted for these (although no choice in colour for our sizes). I'll be interested to know how we get on with the integral (non removable) linings in these pairs, looks like I'll need to bung the whole lot in the machine, hope they don't make too much noise in the washing machine or take too long to dry!
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Oh my! I normally like a slipper with a hard dole, do I can nip outside with them on if necessary, but I also like a boot style slipper, so a bit if a change here.
I bought two of these for my husband and my son and they love them. A bit early for the season as they get your feet really warm. They are going to really enjoy them in a month or so when the cold weather comes in. Fit as expected, and i find the classic is so absorbing of vibrations, perfect for the heels. I own a pair of classic crocs with no lining and my heels have been super happy all year around. Personally i prefer the lining not to be removable, as the liners tend to slide out. Hopefully these will age well. All in all highly recommend. I am thinking of buying a pair for me too.